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Man charged with the brutal gang rape of 15-year-old girl vows to ‘track her down and strangle the s***’ if he is released

  • Christian Dickens allegedly took part in the gang rape of a teen in 2012
  • He is alleged to have said that he would ‘strangle the s**t’ if ever released
  • Dickens, 21, was denied bail on Monday because of the alleged threats
  • He is also said to have vowed to ‘track down’ the victim of the assault 
A
man who allegedly took part in the gang rape of a teenage girl vowed he
would ‘track (her) down’ and ‘strangle the s**t’ once he was released
from custody.
The revelations
came to light as Christian Dickens, from Hazelbrook, west of Sydney, was
denied bail by the New South Wales Supreme Court on Monday.
The
21-year-old and two other men are charged with aggravated sexual
assault in company over the alleged rape of a girl, then 15 years old,
at a party at Dickens’ home in the Blue Mountains in 2012.
Christian Dickens (pictured) was refused bail on Monday over the alleged gang rape of a 15-year-old girl at a party in the Blue Mountains in 2012

Christian Dickens (pictured) was
refused bail on Monday over the alleged gang rape of a 15-year-old girl
at a party in the Blue Mountains in 2012
It is alleged Mr Dickens, 21, vowed to 'track down' the girl and 'strangle the s**t' if he was ever released from custody

It is alleged Mr Dickens, 21, vowed to ‘track down’ the girl and ‘strangle the s**t’ if he was ever released from custody
Secretly
recorded conversations had by Dickens at the Katoomba police station
reportedly capture him threatening to get retribution against the girl
he is alleged to have raped.
‘As soon
as the judge goes “Not guilty”, I’m going to get up and strangle the
s**t and get done for murder,’ Dickens allegedly said.
‘F**k it, I’m going to jail, I’ve been preparing myself for this for a couple of weeks.’
It is also alleged that Dickens
boasted of being involved in a ‘gang bang’ before apologising to the
girl for taking advantage of her ‘while she was drunk’. 
Prosecutors
claim that in the recordings, Dickens also makes threats against police
officers in the case and even told his mother he would get a ‘copper in
a noose’ tattooed on his back.
His
mother is said to have replied with: ‘Oh, you can be more creative than
that. You don’t want a copper on your back the rest of your life’.
The court heard how he had secretly been recorded making the threats at the Katoomba police station. He is also alleged to have told his mother he would get a tattoo of a 'copper in a noose' on his back

The court heard how he had secretly
been recorded making the threats at the Katoomba police station. He is
also alleged to have told his mother he would get a tattoo of a ‘copper
in a noose’ on his back
The incident is alleged to have occurred in 2012 during a party at Dickens' home in Hazelbrook, west of Sydney. Police raided the property in December last year

The incident is alleged to have
occurred in 2012 during a party at Dickens’ home in Hazelbrook, west of
Sydney. Police raided the property in December last year
The defence claimed Dickens was simply ‘talking big’ as a result of the stress of being held in custody for the first time.
The application for bail was thrown out by Justice Geoffrey Bellew over concern about the threats allegedly made by Dickens.
Dickens will reappear in court on August 26 where he is expected to enter a plea.

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